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PROGRAM AT A GLANCE
PROGRAM AT A GLANCE
The confence participants are invited to take part in te visit of world heritage Tokaj wine region and historical castle of Diósgyőr, Szerencs and Sárospatak.
|SESSION 1: Silicon and silica in inorganic and molecular chemistry|
|SESSION 2: Metallic silicon and silicon as an alloying agent|
|SESSION 3: Silicon (Si) and silica (SiO2) in medicine, therapy and health|
|SESSION 4: Silicon in micro and nanoelectronics and devices|
|SESSION 5: Silicon and silica in functional materials|
|SESSION 6: Silicon and silica in polymers|
|SESSION 7: Silicon and silica in ceramics and composites|
|SESSION 8: Silicon and silica in construction materials and glass|
|SESSION 9: Silicon and silica in biological systems and technologies|
|SESSION 10: Silicon and silica in smart materials and technologies|
|SESSION 11: Silicon and silica in minerals and rocks|
|SESSION 12: Testing and characterization methods, tools and errors|
|SESSION 13: Other results in research and development of silicon and silica and materials contain of them|
|SESSION 14: Other results in processing and application of silicon and silica and materials contain of them|
|SESSION 15: Miscellaneous in silicon and silica materials science|
|SESSION 16: ONLINE SESSION in all topics of 1st -15th sessions|
BOOK OF ABSTRACTS
Academician Professor Vladimir Ya. SHEVCHENKOMember of Russian Academy of Science, director of Institute of Silicate Chemistry, Russian Academy of Science
Professor Vladimir Ya. Shevchenko obtained pioneering results in the field of chemistry and technology of semiconductor compounds AIIBV, which laid the foundation for their introduction into new technology. Vladimir Ya. Shevchenko was the author of the discovery in USSR 196 of the structural dependence of semiconductor-metal transitions, which allowed predicting new semiconductor materials. He formulated and experimentally confirmed the fundamentals of the dissociative theory of fracture under extreme stresses, which made it possible to create products of special techniques widely used in practice. Currently Vladimir Ya. Shevchenko develops the physicochemical basis of the reaction-diffusion processes of morphogenesis, which determine the topochemical processes of the formation of triple periodic surfaces of minimal energy, which makes it possible to create "physical" cellular structures. Scientific interests: structural chemistry of nanostate, new biomaterials, nanoparticles, nanostructures and nanocomposites; physicochemistry and technology of technical ceramics.
Professor Irina HUSSAINOVAProfessor of Tallinn University of Technology
Professor Irina Hussainova graduated from Saint Petersburg State University and received her PhD degree from Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) in 1999. She is a highly experienced researcher in tribology and materials science including but not limited to ceramic-based composites, bio-, nano- and multi-functional materials, powder metallurgy, additive manufacturing, high temperature materials as well as materials design and multi-scale characterization. Prof. Hussainova has been twice a laureate of the most prestigious award of the Republic of Estonia for achievements in natural and technical sciences (2005 and 2018 years). She was 7 times recognized as the Researcher of the Year at TalTech. She was awarded by Fulbright scholarship (USA), DAAD scholarship (Germany), BAFF scholarship (USA), etc. She is an author or co-author of more than 200 research papers (H-index = 23) and 11 patents. Her current research interests include additive manufacturing of ceramic-based composites and materials design.
The title of her plenary lecture "Selective laser melting of Mo-Si-Al alloy and MoSi2-Al alloy systems"
Professor Paul D. LICKISSProfessor of Organometallic Chemistry, Imperial College London
Paul Lickiss obtained both his BSc. (1980) and DPhil. (1983) from the University of Sussex, where his DPhil. was supervised by Professor C. Eaborn, FRS. He left Sussex to work as a postdoctoral fellow with Professor A. G. Brook in Toronto where he prepared some of the first compounds to contain silicon to carbon double bonds. He returned to Sussex and was awarded one of the newly set up Royal Society 1983 University Research Fellowships. He resigned this Fellowship in 1989 to take up a lectureship at the University of Salford. After four years at Salford Professor Lickiss moved to London to take up a lectureship at Imperial College where he was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 1999, to Reader in Organometallic Chemistry in 2001 and to Professor of Organometallic Chemistry in 2015.
The Lickiss research group has a range of interests in the field of main-group chemistry, particularly organosilicon chemistry. The general areas of interest have been the chemistry of bulky organosilicon compounds and reactive intermediates derived from them such as silyl cations. Silanols, siloxanes and silsesquioxanes have also been continuing areas of interest. More recently, the chemistry of metal-organic frameworks as materials for hydrogen storage, carbon capture and drug delivery has been a focus in the group. This work has concentrated on the use of main group elements such as magnesium as nodes in the frameworks, and on organosilicon linkers.
Professor Tsutomu IWAYAMAProfessor of Physics and Vice-President, Aichi University of Education
Tsutomu Iwayama obtained BSc at Waseda University, Tokyo and PhD degree at Nagoya University, Aichi, Japan. In 1990, he became an Assistant Professor of Physics at Aichi University of Education, Aichi, where he promoted to an Associate Professor (1993). Since 2007, he is a Professor of Physics at Aichi University of Education and Vice-President (since 2015). He was also a research fellow at University of Sussex, Brighton, UK (collaborated with Prof. P.D.Townsend) from 1996-1997 and at University College London, London, UK (collaborated with Prof. I.W.Boyd) from 1998-1999. He has contributed significantly to research at international level and published papers in the field of semiconductor nanocrystals, formation process of nanostructures by ion implantation and optical characterization of nano-materials. Some of his research papers are cited more than 300 by other researchers. At ec-siliconf2, Professor Iwayama will give a Plenary talk on "Optical Properties of Silicon Nanocrystals Embedded in SiO2 Matrix Fabricated by Ion Implantation and Reactive PLD".
Dr. Ekta RANIResearcher in NANOMO, Faculty of Science, University of Oulu
Ekta Rani is currently working in Finland as a researcher in NANOMO, Faculty of Science in University of Oulu. Her research interests include soft lithography, spectroscopy, and microscopy for nanofabrication and associated applications. She completed her BSc and MSc degrees at Panjab University, India in 2008 and 2010, respectively. Subsequently, she joined the Raja Ramanna Centre, India for Advanced technology to carry out studies on semiconductor nanocomposites for her PhD with Prof. Alka A. Ingale. In 2016 she joined the Manchester Institute of Biotechnology, University of Manchester, UK as a postdoctoral research associate with Dr. Lu Shin Wong and Prof. Royston Goodacre, researching the development of scanning probe lithography-based biosensors. In 2019, she joined the Department of Physics, Central University of Punjab, India as an assistant professor for few months.
Prof. Michal SEDLACÍKProfessor of Tomas Bata University in Zlín
Michal Sedlacík received his Ph.D. degree from Tomas Bata University in Zlín (TBU) in 2012. From the same year is he working as a lecturer at Faculty of Technology at TBU. He successfully defended his habilitation work called "Novel Approaches to Design of Intelligent Fluids" in 2016. Currently, he is a head of Processing of Progressive Polymer Systems Programme at Centre of Polymer Systems of TBU. He is a member of several international scientific societies such as American Chemical Society, The Society of Rheology or The Society of Plastics Engineers. He shares authorship of 61 papers with h-index = 19. His current research interests include synthesis and properties of intelligent systems and electromagnetic shielding composites.